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    Question Where does Ubuntu maps the automatic smb folders?

    Hi people!

    I swear that I searched everywhere for this...

    Here's the question: When accessing a smb folder using Run App (Alt + F2) and typing smb://192.168.1.10/data/ Ubuntu creates a shortcut at Places. I'm using this way because it was very hard to map via smb.conf.

    So... I was trying to access this via Terminal, but I just have no clue where it's mapped!

    May you guys help me out?

    Thank you very much!

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    Re: Where does Ubuntu maps the automatic smb folders?

    Nobody?

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    Re: Where does Ubuntu maps the automatic smb folders?

    Quote Originally Posted by MewRS View Post
    Hi people!

    I swear that I searched everywhere for this...

    Here's the question: When accessing a smb folder using Run App (Alt + F2) and typing smb://192.168.1.10/data/ Ubuntu creates a shortcut at Places. I'm using this way because it was very hard to map via smb.conf.

    So... I was trying to access this via Terminal, but I just have no clue where it's mapped!

    May you guys help me out?

    Thank you very much!
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    Re: Where does Ubuntu maps the automatic smb folders?

    I think you are looking for ~/.gvfs
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    Re: Where does Ubuntu maps the automatic smb folders?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boondoklife View Post
    I think you are looking for ~/.gvfs
    Yeah!!! That's it!

    Thank you very very much!

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